This is very short, and feels overpriced. There is no point in reading it, if you have not already read Metro 2033 (which I heartily recommend); it feels exactly like what the subtitle calls it - it is an epilogue to that book.
However, putting aside all quibbles as to whether it should be being marketed seperately... yes, it is worth reading. It solves what, for me, was the major apparent plot-hole in "Metro 2033"... even if it does, in so doing, demonstrate that young Artyom is an even more mendacious narrator than we had expected...
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